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School Standards

As part of the School Information Regulations, all schools must publish their latest key

stage two results.  These are our school results for 2017.

 

Things to consider... 

  • 64 children in the year group (58% boys and 42% girls - less girls than national)
  • This cohort entered school, at reception age, below national expectations with a good number of pupils well below.
  • 16% of the group had 'true' special educational needs (SEN). Many other children had specific early intervention to ensure that needs had been met throughout school and were taken off the SEN register.
  • 33% of the group were categorised as 'disadvantaged'.

 

PROGRESS & ATTAINMENT IN READING

Reading Progress Score is -2.2 (This means that overall our children achieved an average of '2.2 marks' lower than the national averages).

 

The average scaled score in reading was 102.  100 being the expected standard (school ave in 2016 was 100).

 

62% of children attained the new reading standard (61% in 2016).

15% attained the higher standard (8% in 2016).

 

PROGRESS & ATTAINMENT IN WRITING

Writing Progress Score is -0.8 (0.0 in 2016).  This is close the the national of 0.0.

 

72% of children attained the writing standard (73% in 2016). 
11% attained the higher standard (5% in 2016).

 

PROGRESS & ATTAINMENT IN MATHEMATICS

Mathematics Progress Score is -1.2 (-1.5 in 2016) (This means that overall our children achieved an average of '1.2 marks' lower than the national average).

 

79% of children attained the maths standard (53% in 2016).
7% attained the higher standard (10% in 2016).

 

The average scaled score in maths was 103 (it was 100 in 2016).  100 is the national expectation. 

 

                                    SCHOOL           WIRRAL LA       NATIONAL

 

 

Reading, writing & mathematics     56% (39% in 2016)    57% (49% 2016)    61% (53% in 2016)

(attaining expected in all three subjects)

 

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